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9/28/2013 6:00:00 AM
Outside in Prescott, biking Willow Lake
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Mark Chrysle rides his mountain bike along the Willow Lake Trail in Prescott Monday morning. Mark and his brother Mike had just kayaked on Watson Lake for about two hours and decided to get a trail ride in for a bit more exercise.
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Mark Chrysle rides his mountain bike along the Willow Lake Trail in Prescott Monday morning. Mark and his brother Mike had just kayaked on Watson Lake for about two hours and decided to get a trail ride in for a bit more exercise.

Mike and Mary Olberding ride along the Willow Lake Trail in Prescott Monday. The Olberdings recently moved here from Anchorage, Alaska, and say they are very happy they did. They especially like all the "outdoor activities and good bands" that play in local bars. But what they are really happy about is missing the 4 inches of snow that recently fell in Anchorage.

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Posted: Monday, September 30, 2013
Article comment by: to Gottah Goah

Slime works awesome with tire pressure at least 65psi. I get several years on new "slimed" tires without a flat. The goatheads just give me more traction!

Signed,
Patchless in Prescott


Posted: Saturday, September 28, 2013
Article comment by: Gottah Goah

What I like about Willow lake trail is the relative short time it takes to have a flat tire. Last year, before I could reach the end of the trail, I had more stickers, in both tires that I had patches in my tire repair kit. Good thing this is a short trail! I use tubes filed with Slime. Maybe I should try solid tires.



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